|Rag Radio 2012-02-24 - Richard Bowden, Mo McMorrow, Joe Cooper, Nate Cowan & Brian J. Overman - Rag Radio|
Rag Radio 2012-02-24 - Richard Bowden, Mo McMorrow, Joe Cooper, Nate Cowan & Brian J. Overman
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Richard Bowden; Mo McMorrow; Joe Cooper; Nate Cowan; Brian J. Overman
|Rag Radio 04-27-2010 / Music and Political Activism w/Barbara K & Richard Bowden - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
-Music and political activism, with Austin musicians Barbara K and Richard Bowden. Guests: *Barbara K (Barbara Kooyman) -- Acclaimed singer/songwriter, formerly with hit band Timbuk3; Grammy nomination for Best New Artist. Heads Artists for Political Diversity. *Richard Bowden -- Renowned fiddler who has played and toured with numerous major musicians. Founder of Instruments for Peace and organizer of the annual Million Musicians March for Peace...
Keywords: -Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Barbara K; Richard Bowden; Austin Musicians; Activists; Timbuk3; Artists for Political Diversity; Instruments for Peace; Million Musicians March
|Rag Radio 2012-02-24 - Activism and the Occupy Austin Movement - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
The guests discuss the Occupy Austin movement and Occupy Southby -- a series of events, including the Million Musicians March for Peace -- scheduled by Occupy Austin for the massive South by Southwest festival. They also discuss a Teach-In and other events on the UT-Austin campus planned by Occupy UT, and a new worker-owned coffeehouse that grew out of the occupy movement in Austin. Guests: Richard Bowden is an Austin fiddler extraordinaire, long-time peace activist, and primary organizer of the...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Activism in Austin; Occupy Austin; Occupy UT; Million Musicians March; Legion Co-Op Coffeehouse; Richard Bowden; Mo McMorrow; Joe Cooper; Nate Cowan; Brian J. Overman; Lucian Villasenor
|People United - March 18, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features conversation and performances live in the KOOP Studio with topical singer-songwriters Lisa Rogers and Purly Gates on the struggle for peace and justice in general and the Million Musicians March in particular.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Lisa Rogers; Purly Gates; Therapy Sisters; Million Musicians March; Instruments for Peace; Richard Bowden; Frank Meyer; Hart Viges; Iraq; Afghanistan; Vietnam; Cambodia; United States; Kent State; Japan; nuclear issues; September 11th; jingoism; inclusion; war; warfare; health care; peace; justice; solidarity; protest; topical songs; topical songwriting; social movements; Malvina Reynolds; Pete Seeger; Woody Guthrie; Janis Ian; Stuart Stotts; Tom Pease; Health Alliance for Austin Musicians; HAAM; Nonmilitary Options for Youth; Sustainable Options for Youth; Out Youth; LGBT; lesbian; gay; youth; activism; art; music; history; current events